The League of Women Voters of Baltimore City is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. The League does not support any political candidates or parties. We influence public policy through research, information, and advocacy through the facilitation of civil discourse.
Members of the League are very much aware of the increasingly complex and serious concerns which need to be addressed in Baltimore City and this nation. The Baltimore City League encourages everyone to vote. If you're not yet registered to vote visit Vote 411 to complete your voter registration, check your voter registration status and to find out what's on the ballot. The 2020 General Election is November 3rd.
Visit Vote411.org to get further information on this election.
To support voters at Voting Centers, sign up for the John Lewis Water and Chairs InitiativeThe League of Women Voters of Baltimore City supported a hybrid vote-by-mail election that would include an adequate number of in-person voting centers to ensure the safety of both voters and election judges. We advocated this in a letter to Governor Hogan and the MD Board of Elections.
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The League of Women Voters of Baltimore City is a nonpartisan political organization which encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Making Democracy Work
The League of Women Voters is dedicated to providing well-researched and unbiased information so that all voters may become better informed. Browse this website to learn more about issues, events, to volunteer at events, and your elected representatives.
During Elections, the League of Women Voters assists people to become more informed participants in their community and their government by:
- producing Voters Guides;
- assisting at voter registration drives and providing information about voting;
- and hosting forums for candidates.
The LWV also
- researches issues such as transportation, housing, environmental concerns, campaign reform, etc. then produces Fact Sheets;
- conducts community forums on local, state, and national issues;
- distributes informational brochures and pamphlets
- and provides information about government on the national, state, and local levels.